The Bernal Hill Players | San Francisco: in and About the City

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San Francisco: in and About the City

by The Bernal Hill Players

Exciting new chamber music for flute, voice, clarinet and piano by Bay Area composers about neighborhoods of San Francisco.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Olas Del Pacífico
2:53 album only
2. Downtown
3:53 album only
3. The Mission
3:35 album only
4. Sutro Tower in the Fog
13:13 album only
5. Episodes At China Basin
7:37 album only
6. Daikon Radish
3:05 album only
7. With the Birds Above Fort Funston
9:52 album only
8. At the Fog Line (Clayton Street, Ashbury Heights)
16:58 album only
9. Scherzo - Walking Race With the #33 Bus
5:04 album only


Album Notes
The Bernal Hill Players is an adventurous chamber music group from San Francisco whose three core members play clarinet, flute, voice, piano and percussion. Their fascinatingly diverse repertoire includes European classics, Latin American favorites, and newly commissioned pieces by Californian and Mexican composers.
The unifying theme of this CD is the neighborhoods of San Francisco. Chus Alonso was inspired by the peacefulness of Ocean Beach, the frenetic rush of Downtown and the Latin flavors of the Mission District. Peter Josheff was drawn to the massive presence of Sutro Tower in the fog. Katrina Wreede liked the diverse mix of shipyard history and new businesses in China Basin. Beth Custer wrote an ode to the plants growing on Bernal Hill, and Erik Pearson wrote an expansive three part piece named after the hangliders at Fort Funston Beach, the street in Cole Valley where the fog magically ends, and the experience of alternately waiting and running for the #33 bus.



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